Paula McDonald, a child minder, plays with her dog in the back garden of her home in Finn Square, Belfast...
Paula McDonald, a child minder, plays with her dog in the back garden of her home in Finn Square, Belfast October 18, 2012. When asked would she like to see the peace wall that divides Catholic and Protestant communities taken down, McDonald replied, "It should be left the way it is." The first barriers were built in 1969, following the outbreak of the Northern Ireland riots known as "The Troubles." They were built as temporary structures meant to last only six months, but they have multiplied over the years, from 18 in the early 1990s to 40 today; in total they stretch over 13 miles (21 km), with most located in Belfast. Picture taken October 18, 2012. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (UNITED KINGDOM - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
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